By: Staff –
Following the release of their debut album, Funeral Sky, Reuben And The Dark have released a new single entitled “Heart In Two”. Stream it below.
Produced by Funeral Sky’s Stephen Kozmeniuk (Kendrick Lamar, BANNERS, Madonna), and mixed by Matty Green (TV On The Radio, Lady Gaga, Ed Sheeran), “Heart In Two” showcases frontman Reuben Bullock’s growth as a songwriter, with new heights of sonic clarity anchored by uncharted depths of lyrical spirit.
“Heart In Two” is a triumphant song about love, light, and darkness. Reuben is a natural storyteller, painting melody-laden images of shadow and sunlight, unfurled over colossal drums and timeless chorus: I broke my heart in two / One for me and one for you, Reuben sings in a voice charmed by wisdom but sweetened with innocence. With “Heart In Two”, Reuben takes the plodding, haunted folk of “Rolling Stone” with the lush dramatics of “Bow And Arrow” to create his most undeniable anthem yet. A gently spiralling guitar melody mingles with rousing orchestration and spectral ambience, building in a perfect arc of evocative production and climactic pause.
Reuben And The Dark kicks off their 23-date tour with Vance Joy tonight in Vancouver. The sold out tour includes multi-night stands in Toronto (Massey Hall), Montreal (Metropolis), and Chicago (Riviera), as well as stops in Kelowna, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Windsor, Quebec, Rimouski, Moncton, Halifax, and more. All tour dates are listed below and can also be found HERE.
Vance Joy Supporting Tour Dates
Jan 12 – Vancouver – Orpheum Theatre
Jan 13 – Vancouver – Orpheum Theatre
Jan 14 – Kelowna – Kelowna Community Theatre
Jan 16 – Edmonton – Northern Alberta Jubilee Centre
Jan 17 – Calgary – Southern Alberta Jubilee Centre
Jan 19 – Winnipeg – Burton Cummings Theatre
Jan 20 – Minneapolis – Northrop Auditorium
Jan 22 – Chicago – The Riviera Theatre
Jan 23 – Chicago – The Riviera Theatre
Jan 25 – Windsor – The Colosseum
Jan 26 – Toronto – Massey Hall
Jan 27 – Toronto – Massey Hall
Jan 29 – Montreal – Metropolis
Jan 30 – Montreal – Metropolis
Jan 31 – Montreal – Metropolis
Feb 02 – Sherbrooke – Théâtre Granada
Feb 03 – Québec – Grand Théâtre de Québec
Feb 04 – Rimouski – Salle Desjardins-Telus
Feb 06 – Moncton – Casino New Brunswick
Feb 07 – Halifax – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
Feb 08 – Halifax – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
Feb 10 – Portland – State Theatre
Feb 11 – Wallingford – The Dome